Models Direct Provides Last Minute Models to Help Clients Avoid a Crisis

Bristol, United Kingdom (PressExposure) February 15, 2009 -- Whether your model doesn’t arrive for a shoot, your deadline has changed, or the first choice wasn’t available, there are times when you need to find a model very fast. Like, yesterday.

Leading modelling agency Models Direct provides photographers, directors, marketing departments, and promotions companies with models when they get caught stranded.

In most situations where a model is required, there is a specific race, sex, height, size, eye colour, hair colour, and age that is needed to fit the brief or idea.

Models Direct understands the need for a specific type of model, even if a request is last minute. Even when you are looking for a model [http://www.modelsdirect.com/find_a_model/index.html] at short notice, you require your needs to be met. Models Direct can often provide a large range of models to meet these kinds of needs.

On top of the stress of losing a model, or having a job thrown at you with a tight deadline, there is still the stress of keeping costs within the budget. Just because you require a model quickly, doesn’t mean you are willing to pay a fee which is substantially greater than the normal price.

Models Direct understands the situation and is still able to provide a reliable, professional acting model at a reasonable price.

For last minute models, and to build a lasting client-agency relationship, contact Models Direct.

Further links/information:

* To find out more about Models Direct: [http://www.modelsdirect.com]

* Find out about how you could become a model

* To find a model for your business: [http://www.modelsdirect.com/find_a_model/index.html]

Contact details: Dave Chandler Campaign manager t +44 (0) 870 041 0459 dave@hubbub-uk.com

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To find out more about Models Direct: [http://www.modelsdirect.com]

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Press Release Submitted On: February 15, 2009 at 2:15 am
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